We are sad to announce the passing of Popular Culture Review’s founder, Felicia F. Campbell.
Born in Cuba City, Wisconsin, her life took her to the Marine Corps, University
of Wisconsin, the base camp of K2, Las Vegas where she worked as a professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas for 58 years, and was their longest serving faculty member. She taught numerous and innovative courses for the English Department at UNLV and was beloved by her students. She devoted her life to making the world a better, more inclusive, place.
Table of Contents
Guest Editor’s Note
Twitter in the Courtroom: Do You Object?
Susan Sontag’s Melancholy Object in the Wake of (Post-)Postmodernism:
A Case Study of the Portrait of Klein by Hannah Diamond
Where Angels Tread:
The Art and Architecture of Guardian Angel Cathedral in Las Vegas, Nevada
Patricia M. Kirtley and William M. Kirtley
Pitiless Cruelty: Cynicism, Capitalism, and Gambling in the Writing of Mario Puzo
David G. Schwartz
Hearing Things, Seeing Things:
The Extension of Human Faculty in Algernon Blackwood’s The Damned (1914)
“Surface, surface, surface was all that anyone found meaning in”:
American Psycho and the Pictures Generation
Mother Earth: An Ecofeminist Analysis of Aronofsky’s Mother!
Isa Rehana Flores
William Faulker’s Film of Redemption: The Left Hand of God
The Return of the Repressed (and Oppressed):
A Freudo-Marxian Analysis of Jordan Peele’s Us
Review of Reel Latinxs Representation in US Film and TV
Erika G. Abad
Review of Remembrance of Things Present: The Invention of the Time Capsule
Review of In the Balance: Indigeneity, Performance, Globalization
Review of Black Lives Matter and Music: Protest, Intervention, Reflection